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Are You Holding Onto A Narcissist Relationship? – Recognise Narcissist Traits

Many people, especially in this Bexhill & London area, have asked me what to do to survive a Narcissist  relationship. I usually feel sympathetic for them because I can imagine the torturous and sad life they are living.

 

An emotionally abusive relationship is one where the individual’s emotions and feelings are not respected and are frequently undermined. Surviving an emotionally abusive relationship is usually an arduous task. This is because the element of love or initial attraction usually interferes with any attempt at detaching from the abusive partner.

 

Many of the emotionally abused people in Bexhill and London when interviewed, usually confess that they are still in love with their partners or exes. Irrespective of the amount of hurt that they have received, they are willing to give love a second chance!

 

Surviving this form of abuse is something you must do if you must regain your health, calm your troubled mind and regain your self-worth. The attempt at freedom or detachment is even more demanding for people who circumstances make it unavoidable that they will still maintain howbeit minimal contact with their abuser. This is sometimes because of the kids, where they attend the same school or work in the same organisation, however survival is obtainable.  I leave you here an inspiring poem by Maddy Smith.

A poem to help those who have been involved with and recovering from a Narcissist

The Emotional Vampire by Maddy Smith.

Should you need support you can find our contact details here.

Call us now on 0203 3970446 or 07949977495

 Find here links to  identify Narcissists Traits:

Before you watch the videos below, I would like to recommend you to take full responsibility for your well being and if needed to watch this together with someone who could support you. Some of the videos could be distressing.

Knowing the Narcissist 

Six Phases of Fuelling

Silent Treatment 1

Silent Treatment 2

Devalue

Discard

Obsession

How to Stop Giving Fuel

How the Narcissist Uses False Apologies

How the Narcissist Avoid Answering Questions

Narcissists Do Not Have Empathy

The Narcissists Part 1

The Narcissists Part 2

What a Narcissists Feels

5 Fears of a Narcissists

Narcissists How No Contact Feels Part 1

Narcissists How No Contact Feels Part 2

Narcissists How No Contact Feels Part 3

 

I Survived a Narcissist Relationship!

A poem to help those who have been involved with and recovering from a Narcissist

 

Therapy Help

 

Various therapies can be helpful in relieving or releasing people caged in emotionally abusive relationships. Counselling (not offered out offices), Suggestion Therapy, Parts Therapy, Regression Hypnotherapy, EMDR, EFT, etc. can be employed; but the best approach will be aimed at finding out the underlying causes that keep you trapped in this abusive relationship and of course, coming up with a sustainable solution. This is how my practice in Bexhill and London are structured.

 

Determining the best approach is dependent on individual conditions and circumstances and is mutually determined on consultation. Information regarding the various therapies and solutions is available on my website.

 

Call us now on 0203 3970446 or 07949977495

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